Friday, 8 April 2016

Khaled Al-Enany Interview

Dr. Khaled Al-Enany
and Nevine El-Aref
A week after his appointment as minister of antiquities, Dr. Khaled Al-Enany was interviewed on the steps of Tutankhamun's tomb by Nevine El-Aref about his vision to protect, preserve, conserve and develop the country’s heritage and archaeological sites.
Last week, Al-Enany embarked on inspection tours of different archaeological sites, such as the Museum of Islamic Art and the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), the Giza Plateau and Khufu’s second solar boat. Al-Enany also travelled south where he visited the Karnak and Luxor Temples in Luxor, the Deir Al-Madina necropolis on Luxor’s west bank, Al-Tod, Qift, Armant, Esna, Edfu, Kom Ombo, Aswan and Elephantine Island. Still on his agenda are several sites, among them Al-Qantara East, Ismailia, Rosetta, Fuwa, Damietta and the Abu Mina Monastery.
Of course budgetary concerns are one problem his ambitious plans face.

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